Fans of true-crime documentaries may want to check out Netflix in early November when a film examining the case of the State of Alabama vs. Brittany Smith is released.
The Netflix official synopsis is as follows:
In “This Documentary,” a lady tries to invoke Alabama’s Stand Your Ground law by killing a guy she claims attacked her violently.
The documentary’s producer, Tripod Media, is a well-known producer of documentaries for Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV+, and Prime Video. Their most notable Netflix film was The Keepers, which debuted in May 2017.
The Keepers director Ryan White is back to helm this documentary as well.
Journalist Ashley Remkus tweeted a confirmation that the documentary will feature her interviews. The court case was thoroughly reported by the Al.com reporter.
Brittany Smith said she shot & killed her rapist in self defense. Then Alabama prosecuted her for murder. Check out the trailer for @Tripod_media’s documentary, out on @netflix Nov. 10. I’m so proud to be a voice in this! @lizflock https://t.co/OkSwEcSp3j
— Ashley Remkus (@aremkus1) October 13, 2022
On November 10th, 2022, the newest documentary will be available on Netflix worldwide.
In the UK, it has an 18 rating, and in the US, it has a TV-MA classification. In addition to the dozens of docuseries that Netflix has introduced, over 50 documentaries have already been produced or are scheduled to be released on Netflix in 2022 under the Netflix Original banner.
The Tinder Swindler, Running with the Devil: The Wild World of John McAfee, and Into the Deep: The Submarine Murder Case are just a few of the real crime movies that Netflix has published.
In November 2022, will you see this true-crime documentary? Please tell us in the comments.